No worries! Glad to hear from you.
Oh boy, ok, you asked for it...lol jk. We have to put on our critical thinking caps, though, and really read the words that are written here. First, some corrections are in order: I personally know Laura Maye, the Director of the Coral Castle Museum (they carry my book in their giftshop now, yay!) and have seen her as recently as Feb23, 2019 when I was down there shooting an episode of The UnXplained: With William Shatner with Prometheus Entertainment for the History Channel. She was there when the gate was being repaired, and she said to me personally that she hired two 20 ton cranes and about 20 men to repair the gate, and they could not repair it back to working order. They found the bearing resting on a pie shaped piece of stone, which supposedly was of an unknown composition. It would indeed have to be extremely durable in order to bear the weight of the entire door resting on a single point, for decades.
To say that discovering how Ed installed the door, is to discover how he balanced it so perfectly, or how he was able to drill so precisely through that giant block, or how he was able to install it alone, with no heavy lift machinery, is a completely false notion. It only makes it harder to explain, not easier. We know what he did, but that is not the same as knowing how he did it, right? The article is worded in a deceptive way which might be taken to mean that the construction methods of which Leedskalnin used were explained, when then only thing they actually explained were the materials of a megalithic doors installation, not the methods of megalithic construction, itself, or even how the door was hung by Ed, all by himself. Does that make sense?